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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • result were such a person to attempt to translate Euclid,
    • historical personality outwardly, in external appearance, may
    • but in what is spiritual and invisible in His personality,
    • express themselves in such a personal way. It was said
    • into words what rises above the personal, that is to say, the
    • spiritual, the impersonal, and to express this by means of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • order that one person love another? It is this — that
    • person to another. My hand does not love my organism. Only
    • person, can love him. To this end the human being had to
    • personality, but as a part of a Divine Being, just as the
    • of independent, personal existence, in which every individual
    • within his own individual personality as did the follower of
    • the New Testament. He did not yet say as a personality,
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • initiated could himself have experiences and personal
    • spoken of in the Mysteries, stood before him in the person of
    • Sigambrian tribe than as a separate personality.
    • course of time it happened that individual personalities gave
    • personalities. We can only understand certain things,
    • personalities of the group-soul? What must have been the
    • other persons, union with all egos belonging to a group-soul
    • something more than just a person with a particular name
    • fullest extent. One person loved another because he was
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • personality that he took the folk-soul into his own being.
    • all that belonged to his personality was of no importance to
    • the individual ego of the human personality gradually evolved
    • order to allow the personal “I AM” to emerge.
    • many persons today already feel that something which once had
    • the ego present in every personality is also one with the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • between Christ and a personality who is able to perceive what
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • star, and let us imagine a person with clairvoyant vision
    • ether and astral bodies. If this clairvoyant person were to
    • the Christ Personality, to the Christ Impulse, by energizing
    • this person and the Christ Impulse be transmitted to him.
    • What does that signify? If the person were blind, he would
    • for example that a person were to give himself up physically
    • man. This mystery through which a person consumes, eats or
    • such a personality as the writer of the Gospel and be able to
    • say: “There was such a person who was thoroughly
    • However, if a person really believes in the “I
    • that a transgressor is brought before a person who really
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • clairvoyantly endowed person can see them. It is only when he
    • clairvoyantly in a certain way. Let us suppose that a person
    • personifications of nature forces. There are complete
    • world, in that world into which a person enters when he lifts
    • personal sense. What then will be the meaning of what men
    • to do with personal needs. Mankind has descended to the
    • profoundest depths of personal necessity, of physical
    • personality. But just such an egotistic, utilitarian
    • importance to his own personality, thus causing him to feel
    • incarnation as the feeling of personality. That this feeling
    • of personality is so strong today is the result of the
    • their own personality. Certainly, profound mysteries exist
    • for the concept of the human being as an outer personality,
    • personality — as a Roman citizen — appears also
    • shall trace in detail how the personality emerges by degrees
    • progressed far enough in their feeling of personality to step
    • an understanding of personality. You will comprehend that
    • as a personal manifestation, the time when the spirit
    • becoming a personality. Thus we see how in the middle of the
    • a separate personality. When we see how in Greek art the
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • gained out of the life of the spirit itself. If a person has
    • world, thus becoming acquainted with it through personal
    • initiation, it was a matter of a loss of personality. An
    • impersonal absorption into the spiritual world is what
    • personality reached a certain high point in the ancient
    • Egyptian civilization. In this awareness of the personality,
    • periods longed to strip off personality. The Atlanteans were
    • they would each night strip off their personality and live in
    • Yoga, into what was impersonal. To repose in the universal
    • enough of their own personality to feel themselves for the
    • being make his will so personal, so individualized, that he
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • the person of Christ Jesus. We may say that humanity
    • concentrating in the person of Christ Jesus, then continued
    • personal and intellectual human culture. We of the present
    • depended upon his position in the community. A person
    • and his kinsmen, and in accordance with these impersonal
    • We are now about to develop this personal consciousness
    • linked with the individuality, with the human personality,
    • persons, become most individualized. As long as men are not
    • within the human personality, and when, at the same time,
    • recognizing and fighting down the personal sympathy and
    • antipathy that divides them. Were personal opinions still to
    • in this particular passage of the Gospel, the person we are
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • person who could lift himself above the outer physical
    • sense-world and have his own personal experiences in the
    • spiritual worlds, a person who could experience the spiritual
    • person. It is not meant that in any sense he must become
    • solid parts of it — was divided. One person took
    • belonged to one person, that part to another. Possession,
    • i.e. the extension of the personality through the acquisition
    • of a world that someone else perceives.” A person who
    • microscopy is prescribed in the laboratories. If a person
    • initiation as one which a person belonging to the present
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • be employed for bringing about this katharsis. A person can
    • the thoughts just as they are there presented. If a person holds
    • katharsis. If a person has not been successful in doing this
    • understand that when a person has attained this initiation,
    • he is fundamentally quite different from the person he was
    • knowledge. For a person who acquires spiritual knowledge,
    • not reached previously. If a person practices self-knowledge
    • self? Is it within the personal man? No, it is not there. On
    • then a person may expect that the external spirit will stream
    • Universal Ego. And a person thus illuminated, who, in other
    • do not at all come into consideration. When such a person
    • His personal ego has been eclipsed, which means that at such
    • moments it has become impersonal and it is the Cosmic
    • irrespective of all personal opinions. In every spiritual-
    • external personality to be a counterpart, a revelation of
    • personality.
    • distinction between the personality who, in Esoteric
    • this mean? It means that in the historical personality of
    • person who, because of this, was attracted to a mother so
    • Nazareth we have a person in whom Father Abraham is living.
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